Veterans, Service Members and their Families in Arizona are eligible to receive treatment today at the Home Base National Center of Excellence in Charlestown, MA through our Intensive Clinical Programs (ICPs) for Veterans and Families of the Fallen at no out-of-pocket cost to them. Additionally, Veterans, Service Members and their Families in Arizona can register for our virtual Resiliency programs. Explore the links below to learn more:
Veterans and their Families get up to two years of treatment in just two weeks.
Survivors of Fallen Warriors get up to two years of treatment in just two weeks.
To connect to care, visit homebase.org/getcare.
Native Americans serve in the United States Armed Forces at higher rates than any other ethnic group. Yet, the unique needs of Native American Veterans, Service Members and their Families facing challenges with geography, infrastructure and access to specialty care make it exponentially more difficult for those impacted by the invisible wounds of war.
Our innovative Native ICP was built upon our flagship ICP through consultation with Native American Veterans, tribal leaders and healthcare administrators. The Native ICP provides long sought after healing and lifesaving care to Native American Veterans, Service Members and their Families at no out-of-pocket cost to them.
Our first cohort, which served 28 Veterans and Family Members, was held from December 10-15, 2023 at our National Center of Excellence. Program outcomes included:
- 100% of the Veteran participants “agreed” or “strongly agreed” that they felt satisfied with the clinical care; they had confidence and trust in the clinician(s) they met; the help they received made a difference in their life; the care they received has helped them function better; and their support person’s involvement contributed to their progress.
- The majority of the Veteran participants saw a decrease of anxiety and depression as well as a decrease in posttraumatic stress disorder and depression symptoms, and would recommend Home Base to another Native American Veteran who is having a difficult time.
Our next cohort will be held from June 16-28, 2024, at our National Center of Excellence. Additional offerings are currently in development. Contact us for more details.
The dates provided below are tentative and subject to change.
Phase #1: Complete
Pilot Five-Day Native ICP
The first cohort was held December 10-15, 2023, at the Home Base National Center of Excellence in Charlestown, MA.
Phase #2: March 2024
Warrior Health & Fitness
Designed to improve physical health and wellbeing through supervised exercise, nutrition, mind-body medicine, stress management and sleep through a free, 90-day program designed for Veterans, Service Members and their significant others.
Phase #3: 2024
Outpatient Clinical Care
Advanced, in-person and telehealth care for Veterans, Service Members and their Families including individual psychotherapies, “Gold Standard” trauma treatments, medication management, case management and Veteran peer support.
For general inquiries and partnerships, please call 480-761-0446.
Home Base Nation Season 6 premieres on National Navajo Code Talkers Day
On August 14, 2023, National Navajo Code Talkers Day, Home Base released the premiere of Season 6 of the Home Base Nation podcast featuring a conversation between host Dr. Ron Hirschberg and the Honorable Peter MacDonald, Sr., a World War II Veteran and one of just three living Navajo Code Talkers, at the Home Base National Center of Excellence in Charlestown, MA. To listen to the episode, click the link below.
Additionally, to watch the highlight video of Mr. MacDonald’s interview, click the video below.
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